|An atmospheric little noir starring Charles Russell and Mary Beth Hughes. Fritz Leiber, Sr. (father of the famous author) has a cameo as a seer or psychic.|
"You're very pretty ... when those lips aren't moving."
(Yes, it's noir. See the Wikipedia entry and this.)
The IMDB entry is here.
This print seems to be complete and may be of higher quality than the one already in the Archive. You can load the mpeg2 file into DVDAuthorGUI (a free program) and create a DVD to watch on your television.
Subject: Inner Sanctum
Subject: "Inner Sanctum" Is Good Viewing
Subject: One of the few
Subject: MARY BETH, AS IN "HUGHES"...
Of course it's low-budget, of course the plot is sometimes confusing, of course the kid sees stuff he shouldn't oughtta...but who cares ? When Mary Beth Hughes is on-screen bitching, doing dishes, falling for the wrong guy (again), and looking as hot-as-ever, the film picks up steam and eventually closes out...just as the "Inner Sanctum" Radio Shows did: leaving you wondering if it WAS "real", or, all just a bad dream.
And, let's you realize (again) that Mary Beth Hughes should have gotten some solid "A-List" roles...because she really was a very good Actress.
Subject: A Fine Film
I downloaded the 395MB AVI file, Video quality was good, the audio was fine.
Subject: thoroughly reviewed
This is noir, & Lindsay Lohan is a vampire.
Makeup by Paul Stanhope
Subject: Yes, It's Film Noir
One by one, the suspicions mount among the locals. What will happen?
Subject: Film noir ground hog day
And where did he get that snazzy beanie with the propellers? I really wanted one of those when i was a kid, but they were kind of out of style by then..
He probably wore it hoping he could just fly away from such a worry wart of a mom. My mom was the type who would have paid us kids to go get lost in the woods, but there was nobody out there to hurt us except other mean kids in the neighborhood.
Good movie and yes..it WAS a film noir movie. Just because there were no detectives doesn't disqualify it.
Subject: No Noir Here
Subject: A Small Gem That Shines Brighter Than Many Of Those Larger
I highly recommend this picture, even if you don't delve into this type of film.
Subject: A Taut, Dark Tale - Worthy of Its Radio Show Namesake
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